If you read playbills carefully, you’ve
probably seen Dee Anne Bryll’s name. She’s worked at most every theater
in town — from the Playhouse to the Covedale Center, from Northern
Kentucky University to University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory
of Music, plus countless engagements with local schools.
The 2010-11 theater season has barely started, but it's off to a rollicking start with a lively, inventive and polished production of 'Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' at Covington's Carnegie Center. That's no small achievement: The Carnegie's Otto M. Budig Theatre is a lovingly restored venue, but it's not an easy place to stage a musical: shallow stage, no real orchestra pit and limited sight lines.